Sunday, 24 May 2020

Gift Ideas For Father's Day - Free crochet, knitting & sewing patterns for 2020

Hello everyone, it's that time of year again when we think about the men in our life, that we love dearly.  If you are out of ideas for what to give as a gift this year, then I have put together some lovely gift ideas including lots of crochet patterns too.




Free Crochet Patterns


If your dad loves camping, outdoor holidays or simply reading a book by the fire, then a crochet blanket would make a wonderful gift.  This herringbone scrap blanket by Salty Pearl Crochet is a gorgeous one

Herringbone Scrap Blanket






If your dad enjoys pottering around in the potting shed, then this pot cover might be just the gift.  Pattern by Sincerely Pam.

Alex Basket






I love this sunglasses case by Ned & Mimi

Crochet Sunglasses Case







Another great blanket, pattern by Fosbas Design

Fun Weekend Blanket





If your dad is a wiz in the kitching then crochet up this pot holder.  Pattern by Raffamusa Designs

Tunisian Cottage Pot Holder






Why not team up this bathroom spa set with his favourite smellies.  Pattern by Hooked On Patterns.

Crochet Bathroom Set






My dad absolutely loves his sweet treats and what a great way to gift them in these cute little baskets.  Pattern by Jen Hayes Creations.

Simple Crochet Treat Basket




Free Knitting Patterns


I love the texture of this knitted rug.  Pattern by Knitting With Chopsticks.

Chunky Knit Rug





If your dad is the sporty type, why not knit him a scarf in his favourite teams colours.  Scarves are not just for winter, they are great for waving madly, cheering your team on.  Pattern by Stitches n Scraps.

Team Colours





Another cosy blanket pattern, I love the patchwork design of this one.  Pattern by Knitting With Chopsticks.

Block Blanket 




Sewing Pattern


If you are handy with a needle and tread, you might like to try out this free messenger bag, pattern by Apple Green Cottage.

Messenger Bag











I hope you have found some inspiration for Father's Day, which is your favourite pattern?  Let me know in the comments below...

Ta ta for now
Catherine
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